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Old 02-15-2007, 02:08 PM   #16081
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Here I present to you, Neeshka as drawn by tikkanaaka:




Now let me get back to reading "The Stockholm Syndrome"*.


*If you can guess how "The Stockholm Syndrome" relates to my previous post, you get Brownie points.


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Old 02-15-2007, 02:13 PM   #16082
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I'm not in the Brownies, so I have no need of them.

Now cookies, on the other hand .
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Old 02-15-2007, 02:14 PM   #16083
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Whether it was me depends entirely on whether you saw this person walking down Oxford High Street...
Ah well, it was at the other end of Cornmarket. Can't possibly have been you.

My toilet was blocked earlier, but now it's fixed. How can so much poo squeeze out of my arsehole, eh? It's incredible!
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Old 02-15-2007, 02:15 PM   #16084
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Um. At the other end of Cornmarket it might have been me. That scares me, slightly.
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Old 02-15-2007, 02:19 PM   #16085
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I'm not in the Brownies, so I have no need of them.

Now cookies, on the other hand .

Okay, cookies then. If you can guess.


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Old 02-15-2007, 02:20 PM   #16086
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Here I present to you, Neeshka as drawn by tikkanaaka:
Thatt's what I'm talking about.......er.......my delicate English sensibilities are slightly shocked.
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As I recall (using my memory rather than wikipedia or the like) Stockholm Syndrome relates to hostages sympathising with their captors.

Can't see how that relates to your last post though.
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Old 02-15-2007, 02:23 PM   #16087
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Thatt's what I'm talking about.......er.......my delicate English sensibilities are slightly shocked.
Aye, that's what they all say.

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As I recall (using my memory rather than wikipedia or the like) Stockholm Syndrome relates to hostages sympathising with their captors.

Can't see how that relates to your last post though.
That is correct. But maybe I should have put it a bit different. I should have said that "The Stockholm Syndrome" is a short story.



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Is it something to do with you sympathising with me, who is holding you spellbound with admiration?

I may have made that up.
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Makes me think of American Gigolo, this calls for some Blondie.
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Is it something to do with you sympathising with me, who is holding you spellbound with admiration?

I may have made that up.

I'm afraid not.


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What, I haven't made that up?
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Oh well. I can dream .
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Dreaming is free.
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Aye, that's what they all say.
Who is this all you talk about?
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That is correct. But maybe I should have put it a bit different. I should have said that "The Stockholm Syndrome" is a short story.
Not read it, therefore hampered in getting link.

Can you ask me a question related to Eye of Cat by Roger Zelazny? I'm reading that at the moment.
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Can you ask me a question relating to the Honour School of Modern History at Oxford handbook? That's what I'm reading at the moment .
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I'm trying to imagine Step's signature put to some rap music and beat-boxing. That would kill this thing, let me tell you.
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Modern history? Quit being so vague!
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I'm trying to imagine Step's signature put to some rap music and beat-boxing. That would kill this thing, let me tell you.
What, Touchy-Feely?

I see it more as grunge or acid house.
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Modern history? Quit being so vague!
Good point. Okay, test me on the "Special Subjects" section, since I have to have decided what to do by the end of tomorrow.

Currently I'm leaning towards an American History paper: "Slavery and the Crisis of the Union, 1854-65." It's a capped subject, though, so I'm going to have to find a fallback. Maybe "The Norman Conquest of England."
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